European Hospitality Awards Winner

Date: 29 November 2011
Source: SmartGlass International
Eccleston Square Hotel wins “In-Room Technology Innovation of the Year 2011” at the European Hospitality AwardsEccleston Square Hotel won this prestigious award on 4th November at the Landmark Hotel.

The association aims to bring the European Hotel community together and recognises particular achievements of the best hotel properties around Europe.

Eccleston Square Hotel was very excited to have been presented with such an award as their unique design strives to push  in-room technology standards further and  please guests through their forward thinking technology.

Read about LC SmartGlass @ Eccleston Square Hotel here

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Date: 29 November 2011
Source: SmartGlass International

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